Jlfc* 'iifc' "ifcr "i^i 'i^t '^
Digitized by the Internet Arciiive
in 2010 witii funding from
Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation
Joanie on the Pony
Upper right: Stephens Hall
Above: A view of campus from Wheeler
Above: Lancaster Library
Top: A birdseye view of Longwood. Center: left: Beford;
right: The Lankford Deck under construction. Left: The
Business Adm,. Mang
David K. Buchanan
Mary Jane Carney
Dale M. Clark
S. Cary Davis
William T, Faison
Jane Elyce Fugua
Special Ed./Elem. Ed.
Lee Ann Grimsley
V. Lynn Harmon
Timothy D. Sheridan
Jennifer L. Swann
anie 1 tiurman
Melissa A. Traina
Pamela D. Woody
Janet G. Bryant
Michelle R. Canada
Kimblyn G. Clanton
Andrea R. Cookus
Karen Lynn Denholm
Amy E. Fastige
Mary Frances Hanover
J. Paul Hurt
Margaret H. Keller
Laura Patrice Landers
Eric N. Sanders
Robert A. Taylor
Charles H. Wood
3 Kim, Hank
i Klix, Sharyn
Paine, John A., Ill
St. John, Frances
Smith, W. Robert
Spiers, Amanda L.
Van Houten, Grace
Whitehead, Cheryl Renee
Williams, Amy M.
Yeatts, Abby L.
Piegari, Lee Ann
Dr. Healey took part in many of the various activities in
campus. He was always willing to help students with prob-
lems and he was always willing to give a speech if asked. Dr.
Healcy's interaction on this campus proved to the students
that he CARES. On behalf of all Longwood students, we
would like to THANK YOU for serving our institution
with your Leadership, Friendship, and Service.
WHO !N THE MiMEHT OF VICTORV
REMAINS INACCESSIBLE TO VANITY AHD HATE,
^'> IN THE MlDSTOFPOPriUR ENTHUSIA^K^
LIVES 1^ HUMILITY AND PRAYER,
••m^> i;: THE UKIVEJ^$AL CRUSH OF AMBITION
CO^'ETS NEITHER PROFIT NOP HONOURS
THE VIRGINIAN STAFF WOULD LIKE
TO APOLOGIZE TO THE FOLLOWING
ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS FOR NOT
HAVING HAD THE SUCCESS IN
SCHEDULING A PHOTOGRAPHY
The Virginian would like to thank all of the following departments for their service to the
campus for the 1987-88 academic year. We could not do it without you!!!!
A.V. 8C TELEVISION STUDIO SERVICES
CAREER PLANNING AND PLACEMENT
CASHIERING AND STUDENT ACCOUNTS
RESIDENCE EDUCATION COORDINATOR
STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES
THE VIRGINIAN would like to thank all the Vice Presidents for an excellent job this academic year. Due to lack
of time, unfortunately, pictures are not available.
Dr. Donald Stuart
Dr. James Cross
Planning, Research, and Information Systems
THE VIRGINIAN wou\d like to thank all the Deans for an excellent job this academic year. Due to lack of time,
unfortunately, pictures are not available.
Dr. W.J. Jacques
Dr. Robert Bartos
Dr. Freda McCombs
Dr. Sue Saunders
School of Business and Economics
School of Education and Human Services
School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Dean of Students
Nikki Giovanni came to Longwood to recite her works. She was a great joy to the entire campus. Currently she is a visiting professor at Virginia Tech.
ABOVE: The New York Chamber Soloists, are a unique
ensemble of artists who, since 1957, have been performing a
rich repertoire of chamber works. The New York Chamber
Soloists have been repeatedly engaged to perform in the
major concert series throughout the United States, and in
most every major Eastern and Western European interna-
tional music festival. Right: The Richmond Ballet returned
to Longwood by popular demand. As Virginia's profession-
al ballet company, the Richmond Ballet is synonomous with
the best and most versatile dance expertise in Virginia.
A Christmas Carol performed with 25 actors and accompanied with a 4 piece chamber orchestra attracted a large number of students and com-
munity. Much of the original Dickens dialogue was maintained as the spirits of Christmas Past, Present, and Future showed Ebenezer Scrooge
the way out of a miserly existence to one of generosity and kindness.
John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band brought by The Student Union.
"1964" As the Beatles brought
by The Student Union
NOVEMBER 18-21, 1987
TTie Longwood Players and
The Speech & Theatre Program
The Longwood Players and The Speech/Theater Dept. Per-
formed many different plays for the 1987-88 season. Their
season turned out to be a great success — performing such
plays as Grease and Peter Pan.
J. M. Barrie's
April 20-23, 1988 • 8:00 p.m.
5ook, Music, & Lyrics
im jacoDS © warren Case
Feb. 25-27, 1988 -- 8:00 p.m.
The Longwood Players have worked very hard this academic year to bring quality entertainment to campus. With the help of the Speech/Theater de-
partment, they have made their shows a great success. Peter Pan was the first time that Longwood ever had a flying machine on the stage. Grease was
the second time that a car has been on stage. With the tremendous efforts and the hard work that has been proven to the campus by the Longwood
Players, the students at Longwood College should be very grateful to have these high quality — maybe one day — professional actors.
Just as the Ambassadors give campus
tours, Lennie the Lancer is going to guide
our readers through the many clubs,
activities and events of Longwood College,
The 1988 Longwood College Ambassadors.
Above; Jojo shares her expertise with a tour group. Above
right: J. Paul Hurt, Kelly Coggsdale, and Penny Dodson
take time out from oozeball. Right: James Boston and
Colleen Vaughn give some prospective students a hand and a
■ A '-^WlJis
■ ^'' 't.:.'.
" '** ^, V
^^Ek^ . ^^^^^1
BAPTIST STUDENT UNION
Left to Right: Joe McKissick, Amy Harrell, Tracy Settle; Row 2: Michael Edwards — Director, Heather Yeatts, Kathryn Brown, Pamela Woody, Pa-
mela Rhodes, Beth Lord, Rodney Hudson, Deloris McGinnis, Nora Graybeal; Row 3: Kelly True, Amy Harrell, Jon Waters, Anu Upadlya, Danita
Hale, Laurie Ziegler; Top: Carol Reeves
BSU Council, Left to Right: Bottom: Kath-
ryn Brown — Missions V.P., Carol Reeves —
Social Chairman, Pam Woody — President;
Top row: Gene Kerns — Sunrise Chairman,
Dolores McGinnis — Devotion V.P.,
Heather Yeats — Enlistment V.P., Danita
Hale — Publicity, Anu Upadaya — Social
Ministries V.P., Doug Cobbs — Music V.P.
COUNCIL for EXCEPTIONAL
Front, L to R: Patrice Landers, Mike Clements, Melanie Campbell; Back, L to R: Dr. Woodburn, Sheri Hundley, Anne Smith, Brian
L to R: Brian Blakemore, Jean Yancey, Pixie Kinzie, Theresa Bryant, Kathy Hedden, Barbara
Herman, Jo Jo Katz, Theresa Labyak, Gwen Walker, Donna Armento, Sonja Ventors, Stuart
Top left: Anna Prow. Left: Theresa Bryant
paints Oktoberfest decorations for the dining
hall. Below: Geisters march in the famous parade
Lennie knows how to "Feel the Spirit"!
Ellen H. Richards ( 1842-19 1 1) was one of the first women in America to be granted a degree in Science. She is known as the Founder
of Home Economics because she gathered together the isolated facts upon which the science of home economics is built. It was her
leadership that resulted in the founding of the American Home Economics Association and she was its first president.
Advisors; Mrs. Marily Osborn, Donna Andes, Kathleen
Mrs. Melinda Fowlkes Grooms, Sue Mowbray,
Robin Olmstead, Sonya
Robinson, Brenda Thomp-
The Virginian would like to pay a special tribute to the last five Home Economic majors
to graduate from Longwood. They extend a special thanks to their advisors for their
unending support and encouragement. Congratulations to the Home Economics
Department for seventy-nine years of dedication and excellence.
1 909- 1 988
Ideal home life today unhampered by the traditions of the past.
Utilization of all resources of modern science to improve the home life.
Freedom of the home from the dominance of things and their due subordination to ideals.
Simplicity in material surroundings which will most free the spirit for the more important and permanent interests of the
home and of society.
Ellen H. Richards — 1904
The tributary slate in front of Coyner.
DIVISION OF INTRAMURALS
AND CAMPUS REG.
Left to Right: Back; Shel Bolyard, Chris
Douglas, Maria Bowen, Keren, Dave Lar-
son, Sarita Thurman, Brian Diggs, Tim
Morris. Front; Ms. Callaway, Beth Peat,
Donny Celata, Kike Kinzel, Diane
Lennie loves intramurals!
Ms. C with her secretary, Melanie Bert.
Left to Right: Front; James Sanders, Cindy Holland, David Duffer, Harron Fells, Jamie Riffle. Back; Virginia Cutchins, Paul Dembowski, Sonja Venters,
Jennifer Fuller, Dana Wheeler, Dr. Bruce Montgomery (Advisor), Michelle Coates, Erick Lang.
The 1987-88 members of the Psychology Club.
SOCIETY for the ADVANCE
MENT of MANAGEMENT
Pictured: Keren Rams, Stacey Noona, Kim Heishman, Ann Quattelbaum, Peggy Roberts, Tim Tabler, Kris Nystrom, Leeman Ford, Mary Luther, Melissa
Traina, Pamela Woody, Rhonda Light, (Advisors: Julian O'Neal, Harsh Luther). Not Pictured: Matt Peterman, Joanna Crowley, Mike Hill, Shelly
WH IW ••"■ fff |M Iff — I —
Ml III ::• (li ::: ^
S»S ill; ; •«» •«• r
Hiner — SAM Headquarters
STUDENT EXCURSION CLUB
Cathy Gaughran — Editor-in- Chief
Beth Camillo, Anna Prow, and Kim Setzer
The WLCX D.J.'s
Founded October 15, 1900
CHI is an organization whose essential purpose is to
promote and maintain a spirit of cooperation among
students in every phase of college life. Its aim is to foster
respect for Longwood and loyalty to its academic program
and extracurricular activities.
The real evidence of CHI can be seen in the hearts and
minds of those who seek its real purpose of constructive
support and cooperation.
The banner of CHI is white with the Gothic letters
CHI in blue. Beneath the letters is a figure of the Rotunda
which exemplifies the true meaning of CHI.
The CHI tunnel
Nobody ever suspected that Lennie was in CHI!
A CHI banner flies from Stubbs.
Mary L. Norford
CHI 1988 in action!
On April 27, by the light of a bonfire, CHI commend-
Lambda Iota Tau
Series of Performing Arts
Dr. George Healy
Woman's Rugby Team
Men's Basketball Team
Black Greek Council
Activities Funds Committee
Dr. Nancy Haga
Members of CHI set the fire.
The CHI fire burns.
1987-88 Camerata group picture
ART WORKS INC.
Lennie Picasso in action!
P.E. MAJORS CLUB
Members of the Physical Ed. Majors Club
We all need a break! Robin Olmstead enjoys a weekend at Snoeshoe,
Cheryl and friend at the beach
■ i ifi
ADPi spirit at Oktoberfest
Who says Longwood College has a parking problem?
Dr. Healy breaks the ground for the Blackwell Mall Pro-
The Rotunda — a paper on the move.
Michelle Barnes must face reality — there's
NO ice cream!
o i^l^^- ^
SPE pledges fix hot dogs to order.
The first hint of 5th floor Frazer's Rock n' Roll hall.
The Unknown Comic makes an appearance at Color Rush.
Yes, putting together a yearbook is hard work.
Becki, Bobbi, Beth and Bonnie enjoy a Char's study break.
A huge banner advertises the first Longwood Player pro-
duction of the year.
ZTA's Joanna, Maria, Traci, and Amy give a sisterly smile.
The Lankford Deck — almost completed.
Mike meets Joanie for lunch.
Beth Peat in a DRESS?!
Below: Longwood tradition holds that 45 min-
utes of studying is plenty. As one can see, the
picture below clearly portrays this tradition.
"Dancing on the Desks" — A Study Break????
Left: Joanie on the ponie covered with
snow helps to hold the Longwood
tradition. Below: Longwood is for
Below: Left: A group of students enjoy their even-
ing. Middle: Mike and Dianne pose at Spring
Weekend. Right: Scott and James take the stage for
ALPHA DELTA PI
Left to right: Kristin, Abby, Jill, Libby, Cherie, Aimee, Ha, Stacey, Laura, Andrea, Leslie, Beth, Cassie, Emily, Amy, Temple, Christine, Katie, Jennifer, An-
gle, Sharon, Risa, Cathy, Debbie, Sarah, Carla, Robin, Debbie, Monica, Ann, Margy, Traci, Courtney, Debbie, Sherri, Andrea, Diane, Robyn, Chris, Kelly,
Robin, Ann, Colleen, Suzanne, Denise, Beth, Claye
What's a Hampden-Sydney College football game
without ADPi sisters?
Charlie, the ADPi's wanna know — are you "Addicted
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Front: Pledges, Jenny Abel, Anne Lester; ist Row: Lisa Frigge, Vicky Owles, Julie Neville, Molly McGrath, Debbie Newton, Robin Foster, Cathy Moor
Rene Lowe, Pam Watson, Teresa Carr; 2nd Row: Alexis Canovos, Karen Hudson, Tonya Ozawa, Kristina Small, Amy Chilson, Becky Damico, Becky Wad
Angelin Brewer, Amy Harrell; 3rd Row: Brenda Carson, Heidi McClain, Helen Mussomeli, Michele Scudder, Stephanie Dyer, Rhonda Pfister, Kim Barret
Mary Beth Friga, Jennifer Walton, Kelly Bennett, Jewell Grinnell; 4th Row: Patrice Landers, Elizabeth Cho, Deb Brown, Mary Lynn Lawman, Paij
Chappell, Ellen Yuntz; ^th Row: Mary Larkin, Ann Quattlebaum, Lisa Lemay, Lori LJrban, Jan Beasley, Kim Digges, Tracey Moyer, Sofia Pandazides; Tc
Row: Sandy Wade, Beth Graham, Suzanne Guard, Donna Daniel, Kim Belcher, Karen Ferneyhough, Kristen Brenner, Barbara Herman, Michelle Gillia
Sorority sisters enjoy the wild life.
ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA
op right to left: Donna Andes, Teresa Bunn, Adrienne Memmuli, Manchelle Guion, Cecilia Gumming, Kendy Springer, Missy York, Hillary Small,
ithy Black, Robin Olmstead, 2nd row right to left: Susan Thien, Wendy Brack, Kim Shore, Kim Taylor, Mary Taylor, Mary Ellen Andrews, Karen Whi-
ly, Anita Washington, Kerry Lawghlin, Lisa Hanzl, Joanna Growley, Luanne Blair, 3rd row right to left: Missy Bonvan, Gharlene Gonnor, Lisa Fox, Anna
annenbaum, Vicky Gulpe, Julie Perkins, Gina Marcuso, Holly Henderson, Margaret Anne Ricks, Kim Brumley, Dina Ferrigno, Garoline Bowe, Shara
brams, Jeannine Armstrong, Bottom right to left: Heather McBride, Ghris Inzerillo, Heather Davis, Pryce Ellis, Lanie Harvey, Suzanne Pellegrino, Gassie
ilsack, Joann Sayko, Angela Butler, Jamie Shearls, Amy Tickle, Kim Jeter. Not pictured: Diane Brown, Sissy Gantt, Laura Goetz, Brenda Rabiduux, Leslie
rowbridge, Anne Marie Rigler, Kim O'Gonnor, Kyle Johnson
Joanna and Anne know that Palmolive softens their
)oor decorations to prepare pledge for initiation.
Alpha Sigma Tau
The sisters of Alpha Sigma Tau in their Chapter Room.
Two sister elves of Alpha Sigma Tau.
DELTA SIGMA THETA
A Sister of Delta Sigma Theta is showing off her letters.
The sisters of Delta Sigma Theta
First row: Cindy Forrester, Michelle Chenault, Terry Tebault, Denise Grouse, Tonya Green, Tammy
Green, Trisha Bohannon, Patty Ward, Betsy Loop, Sherrie Dicola, Second row: Beth Morris, Danielle
Feich, Angela Bower, Siobhan Mullen, Tammy McGraw, Annissa Reed, Maureen Moyniham, Lisa Rakes,
Samantha Bennett, Erin Duffy. Third Row: Kim Kimmelshue, Angle Dowdy, Cherie McManaway, Mitzi
Simmons, Kim Cecil, Taddy Espigh, Stacey Noona, George-Anna Morris, Cyndi Ferguson, Chris Burden,
Sandi Bishop. Fourth Row: Leah Fisher, Penny Parsons, Elizabeth Winslow, Wanda Stagner, Stephanie
Sisk, Kim Crouch, Tracey Hart, Niki Bucuvalas, Angie Gilbert. Top Row: Vicky Carawan, Dede Kerns,
Sharon Moynihan, Lynn Harmon, Marilyn Flowers, Kelly Shannon, Donna Matthews, Arthur Rucker
(Sweetheart), Karen Gallagher. Not Pictured: Beverly Bowe, Becky Rayfield, Sherrie Varon, Laura Felch,
i^^.^ OK. KA -^^ ,
Front: Kathy Powers, Mary Collins, First row (Left to Right) Stephanie Burwick, Kris Jackson, Theresa
Campbell, Denise Alderman, Beth Johnson, Shelly Phillips, Ka-Le Pettus, Tammy Zeller, Taci O'Connor,
Liz Stevens, Sam Sturdivant, Marci Akers, Kim Selzer, Teresa Stevens, Paula Geib. Second Row: Kristi
Gordon, Chris Bunek, Cat Owings, Donna Bradshaw, Ellen Mullinax, Julie Thomas, Nicole Leaningham,
Jackie Chimento, Susan Holziman, Trudy Jenkins, Carolyn Strobel, Lori Long. Third Row: Lisa Anderson,
Allison Montgomery, Karen Pennington, Susan Powers, Angela Kocher, Judy Flanagan, Kathleen Farley,
Tara Day, Denise Braswell, Laurie Norris, Amie Tickle, Mary Pastore, Top Row: Wilita Darang, Susan
Milteer, Susan Miller, Renee Saunders, Tricia Munley, Paige Anderson, Lee Ann Giannonex, Dana
Wilcox, Karen Groome, Sheri Hundley, Suzanne Clements, Jeanna Tillman, Amanda Tryleum, Not
Pictured: Traci Strickland, Betsy Vaughan.
The Sigma Kappa's enjoy themselves.
Bottom (left to right) Trisha Scott, Stephanie Robinson, Teddi Copeland, Cindy Preston, Jenny Scott, Julie Hopkins, Vickie Fahed, Laura Ratelife, Penny
Drumheller, Leah Payne, Amy Randall, Jennifer Walling, Jennifer Rune, Denise Mitchell, Teresa Craig, Julia Lewis, Cecy Rodriguez, Anne Olwen, Cindy
Cook, Mildred Hott, Kelley Walker, Lynn Owens, Elaine Lowder, Andy Cookus, Mary Jane Carney, Jessica Powell, Cass Hines, Jane Fuqua, Carol Gray,
Betty Knott, Mary Knott, Laura Bentti, Norma Jeffer, Kim Karman, Michelle Maire, Joey Paries, Heidi Greenberg, Michelle Estes. Laying across: Michelle
SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Front: Tammy Mabe, Joanna Bingler; ist Row: Liz Hoye, Tina Beebe, Dina Schiano, Beth Sarbanes, Kathy Bowling, Paula Casiero, Stephanie Ellis,
Suzanne Tune, Cheryl Engie, Whitney Abbott, Susan Curlee, Katie Blair; 2nd Row: Gary Davis, Paige McGrath, Brenda Schaefer, Anne Stockdell, Vera
Bobrovsky, Lisa Salter, Amy Neaie, AnneBurnette, Laura Crigger, Vickie Purdue, Ronda Morgan, Tina Verciglio, Helen Bang; 3rd Row: Lisa Lindsay, Ka-
ren Corbi, Cynthia Palicia, Diane Hocker,Traci Moore, Cheryl Simpson, Tina Roberts, Susan Booker, Somer Sloan; Top Row: Kim Bunn, Becky Crafton,
Anne Ferguson, Tish Thaw, Janet Thein, Ellen Tilghman, Chris Draham, Joann Morgan, Cathy McCray, Martha Whitehead, Karla Boggs, Gynger
Griffith, Elizabeth Marvin, Jill Bain, Laura Knoche, Lisa LeMaster, Rhonda Hawkins. Not Pictured: Astrid Tichelman, Michelle Lundgren, Trisha
i^l J 1 I I.IIM iTm-flMM VSH
Jill Bain and Tracy McPherson selling hot dogs.
Life on ZTA Hall.
T' ■" S
ALPHA CHI RHO
AXP's just hangin' out.
AXP's, old and new, love to party.
Top row left to right: Ed Matricardi, William Chestnutt, Terry Hyams, Stevie
Chalkely, Steve Gray, Carl Schieber, Brian Sivak, Alan Rapee, Steve Pierce, Wade
France, Alan Saunders Bottom row left to right: John Tipton, Wiliey Carey, David
Daniels, Mike Hoerter, Scott Wareeu, Lee Hunter, Tom Harrison Not pictured: Mike
Carey, Chris Coulter, Jay Fitzhugh, Mark Jefferies, Mike Masek, John Moncrief, Karl
Singer, Mike Swinter, Daniel Caston, Skip Mkupai, Gary Judd, Mark Ashley, Tony
Brooks, Darran Lawson, Lewis Ferris, Rocco Tricarricao, Pat Harvey
Give a smile.
ALPHA PHI ALPHA
The Alpha's — 1987-J
PHI BETA SIGMA
Phi Beta Sigma — 1987-8
ALPHA SIGMA PHI
Group shot — Alpha Sigma Phi 1987-I
So THIS is what you do at your meetings!
Damon — An Alpha Sig — off to study hall with his
study hall gear on.
DELTA SIGMA PHI
Bobby Kemp and Delta Alumnus enjoy the Lancer Cafe.
KAPPA ALPHA PSI
The Kappas — O'Kelly McWilliams, Matt Smith, Darryl Rutley, Adrienne Jones
K A «•
The Nupes in action.
OMEGA PSI PHI
The Q-dogs, Martin Astrop, James Hackley, Stanley Isaac, and James Richardson show their stuff.
Ronnie Miller is proud of her Omega boyfriend.
PI KAPPA PHI
Pi Kapps — 1987-8
Todd "Termite" reads a bedtime story to a lucky girl.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
SPE's 1987-88 Paul, Tony, and Bill show us where their hearts are.
SPE pledges Eric, Bobby, Warren, Kurt, Darryl, and
Jim peddle their hotdogs in Frazer lobby.
Slack job Steve.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON
The brothers of TKE
President Stuart Hallett
The TKE's pose at their chapter room.
Alpha Phi Omega
The Brothers of Alpha Phi Omega
Delta Psi Kappa
The 1988 members of Delta Psi Kappa
Delta Sigma Pi
an ■ ' ''7^ III
Delta Sigma Pi floats in the Oktoberfest
BETA BETA BETA
Left to right: Dr. Merkle, Kay Guiding, Theresa Bryant, Jenny Davis, Angela Foote, Dr. Breil
KAPPA DELTA PI
Members of the honorary education fraternity
LAMBDA IOTA TAU
Members of the honorary literature/language fraternity
PHI MU ALPHA
Members of the professional music fraternity for men
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA
Members of the international honorary music fraternity for women
1988 LANCER BASEBALL — first row (left to right) Bobby
Costa, Nealan Chandler, Mike Lauffer, Matt Carlisle, Dennis
Hale, Butch Trent, Tim Patrick, Second row — Bobby Johnson,
Eric Killinger, Robert Smith, Robert Jackson, Pete Criscione, E.J.
Bryant, Keith Covington. Third row — Greylin Rice, Steve Ge-
dro, Frankie Watson, Bill Conroy, Eric Hutzier, Mark Moeiler,
Kelvin Davis, Coach Buddy Bolding.
Virginia State (2)
St. Mary's (2)
Maryland E.S. (2)
St. Augustine's (2)
Bowie State (2)
N. Carolina A&T (2)
Mount St. Mary's (2)
1987-88 Lancer Cagers — First row (left to right) manager Brent
Fountain, Joe Lowe, Tony Good, Gary Austin, Robert Pierce, Jeff
Thompson, Bobby Dobson, manager Faye Ellenburg. Second row
— Head Coach Cal Luther, Chris Mullins, Robert Harper, Doug
Poppe, Greg Holloway, Keith Laltimer, Assistant Coach Ernest
Neal, Third row — Spencer Smith, Kevin Jefferson, Darryl
Rutley, Dale Shavers, Devone Williams-Hines.
20-21 Par-Bil's Tip-Off Tournament
30 Pembroke University
2 Elon College
7 Bristol College
9 Virginia Wesleyan
26 Liberty University
29 Mt. St. Mary's
10 Atlantic Christian
1987-88 Lady Lancer Basketball — First row (left to right)
Head Coach Shirley Duncan, manager Michael Phillips,
Aretha Johnson, Angie Hill, Jill Everett, Barbie Burton, An-
nette Easterling, Angee Middleton, scorekeeper Michelle Kro-
likowski. Assistant Coach Loretta Coughlin. Second row —
Anne Callaham, Alison Walek, Kita Chambers, Sandy Raw-
don, Dee McDaniels, Carmile Barnette, India Walton, Stu-
dent Assistant Coach Phil Lassiter was absent.
LADY LANCER SCHEDULE
UNC — Greensboro
Mt. St. Mary's
1987-88 Longwood Cheerleaders — First
Row (left to right) Kathy Cannon, Taddy
Espigh, Kim Cecil, Angela Kocher, Michelle
Chenault, Dana Peaks, Second Row — Jenni-
fer Crawford, Trudy Jenkins, Amy Harreli,
Karen Groome, Shirley Carter, Jaime
Shearls, Becky Crafton, Michelle Bartlett,
Tracy McCarthy. Third Row — Darren
McCauley, John Winston, Hugh Calder, El-
lery Bradley, Steve Gibbons. Cheerleaders ad-
visors are Mildred Johnson, Rhonda Adams,
and Charles Warner.
1987-88 Drill team — Members of
the Lancer Line are (first row left
to right) Melissa Funn, Co-cap-
tain Suzy Monette, Captain Bon-
ita Turner, Co-Captain Francis
Cataldo, Vonda Deel and Ann
Sirohi. Second row — Manager
Michelle Bisson, Melissa McDan-
iel, Secretary Tracy ToUiver, Janel
Logan, Lauren Hardy, and Man-
ager Laura Greene. Third Row —
Janet Smythers, Michelle Cor-
nette, Hollie Nixon, Sherry Con-
naster, Robin Bader, and Martine
1987-88 Longwood Field Hockey: First Row (left to right)
Kim Howells, Theresa Strickland, Diane Bingler, Claye
Conkwright, Kris Meaey, Margie Kernen. Second Row —
Celeste Lloyd, Beanie Felch, Laura Goetz, Patty Boyle,
Melissa Gwinn, Traci Byers, Cathy Sereno, Carla Voor-
hees, Liz Annet. Third Row — Melissa Dorton, Trish
Godlewski, Judith Barnett, Dena Covington, Kim Nelson,
Joy Mariner, Coach Sue Finnie, Ashley Sparks, Jill Loges,
Michelle Dotter, Maria Tichelman, Manager Larry Mc-
A Winning Combination — Longwood Won its own invitational tournament for the second year in a row in September, topping a
mostly Division I field by 28 strokes. The Lady Lancers finished with a school record final round of 300 for a 932 total. Members of the
winning team were (left to right) Kim Poirer, Ashley Warren, Marcia Meione, Libby Moore, Tammy Lohren, Leigh Russell, Tina Bar-
rett, Gretchen Pugh and Coach Barbara Smith.
1987-88 Longwood Gymnastics Team — (front left to
right): Natalie Taylor, Head Coach Ruth Budd, Lynn
Lewis, Kim Booth (Student Coach), Becki Bagley, Amy
Spiers, Kristin Lmdsey, Teresa Robey, Terri Dore. Stand-
ing: Lynda Chenoweth, Cindy Shelton, Tammy Zeller,
— Intersquad Meet
— Georgia College
— James Madison Sc Navy
— NC State, Towson
— William and Mary
Spring 1988 Lancer Riders: (Front row) Tanya Matrai, Katherine Smith, (second row)
Anne-Patrick Irons, Jennifer Smith, Kandi Klotz, Leslie Stuler, (third row) Stephanie
Snyder, Katherine Sykes, Manager Wendy Weaver, Laurie Wilkins, (back row) George
Schulz, Shelly Malone, Scott Flood.
1987 Longwood Soccer — First row (left to right) Shawn McArdle, Jeff Chewning, Kenny Lim, Mike Harris, John Barone, Mitch Ru-
bin, Franck Euksuzian, Mike Phillips, Phaly Moravek, Second Row — Darran Lee, Rich Venere, Tom Rich, Toby Timmons, Paul
Doyle, Jim DiModica, Nick Ruebel, Mike Edge, Rodney Funk, Third Row — Paul Sidhu, Nils McCarty, Bill Moore, Ray Jones, Dave
Goerke, Jeff Robinson, Brent Boone, Chris Helmus, Mark Fishman. Back — Student Assistant Coach Tim Beard, Head Coach Rich Po-
1987-88 Lancer Wrestling Team — first row (left to right)
Chesty Frank, Todd Robson, Elon Kelley, Joey Azero,
Tommy Gilbert. Second Row: Ted Proctor, Andy
Mautner, Curtis Edwards, John Stukes, Standing: Man-
ager Tracy Leach-Lewis, Willie Gaines, William Walsh,
Scott Hovermale, Jesus Strauss, Dave Taylor, Tim Mason,
Doug Hartley, Stuart Wilkinson, David Gibson, Manager
Brenda Carson, Coach Steve Nelson.
Director of Athletics
Men's Basketball Coach
Women's Basketball Coach
Field Hockey Coach
Men's Golf and Wrestling Coach
Women's Golf Coach
Women's Gymnastics Coach
Women's Lacrosse Coach
Soccer and Men's Tennis Coach
Women's Tennis Coach
Athletic Department Secretaries
Sports Information Director
Dr. Carolyn V. Hodges
Charles (Buddy) Bolding
Dr. Barbara Smith
Sports Information Office Staff: Jon Waters, Mike Phillips, Michelle Krolikowski, Sonya Hughes, Tony Brzezicki, Lisa Salter, Alex
ABOVE: Beth Camillo, Jeff Dingeldein, and Melanie Bert.
BELOW: Cory Taylor
As editor to the 1987-88 Yearbook, I
would like to thank everyone who has
made this year a success. Patience is one of
the many virtues that everyone needs to
apprehend. This yearbook would not
have been a success had not everyone who
donated pictures and took time out to
help with on-the-second problems decid-
ed not to participate. There are many
people that deserve thanks but there are a
few who deserve special thanks. They are
Beth Camillo, My assistant editor; Me-
lanie Bert, for her extreme dedication to
the production of this book, Kim Bunn,
for her encouragement and support in
rough times; Sue Gallimore, for picking
up the pieces in the fall and giving me
something to work with; Bonnie Buckner,
for the personality and the consciousness
for her work; Suzanne Kalligham, Seusan
Lord, Kim Bell, Sarah Tetterton, and
Corey Taylor for helping with the production and work with the layouts. A very special thanks goes out to Beth Camillo; she is a hard working and
dedicated person who knows how and what to do when there is a problem and I am not available. Also I must not forget YOU the purchaser of the
yearbook, because without YOU there would be no book. Sincerely, Jeff Dingeldein Editor-in-chief
][ t lis
Joyce Lamond and Maria Bowen look like tasty sweets for trick
Yes, Mr. Williams you have to be Charles Dickens at the Cameratas'
Back to the fifties girls?
Sherri Nunn and her chef show off their delicious cake.
Valentines Day — An Awesome Desert in Vlackwell Dining Hall.
Convocation is Longwood's traditional academic ceremony in which Seniors are recognized at the
beginning of the academic year. During the ceremony, the Seniors are capped with decorative hats made
by their "httle brothers or little sisters" who are close friends. The 1987 convocation was held in Jarman
Auditorium on September 3, 1987 at 1:00 pm. There were two speakers at the ceremony. The first was
our own Dr. George Healy, acting president of Longwood College. The second was a guest speaker,
Anne Morton, a graduate of Longwood. A variety of people attended, including alumni, faculty, and
underclassmen. It was an occasion that many Seniors will always remember.
Lisa Loudermilk and Little Sister Paula Summers at Convocation.
This year's Color Rush was held October 9, 1987 on Wheeler Hall. Color
Rush is a paint battle between the green and whites and the red and
whites. Green and whites are students that will graduate in' an odd year.
Red and whites are those who will graduate in an even year. The clowns
were present to generate spirit. Color Rush is like an opening act for
Octoberfest. It sets the mood for the upcoming weekend. This year's
Paint battle between green and whites and red and whites.
A clown at Color Rush
The clowns on the engine
Clowns are a big part of Oktoberfest.
Geist chose certain students as
The spirit leaders and Geist sold Olctoberfest T-shii
One of the many booths on the midway.
On December i6, 1987, the first December graduation at Longwood was
held. The ceremony was designed for those graduating in December to be
formally recognized. Before, December graduates were allowed to return and
walk with the May graduates. This year the graduation was held in the Gold
Room in Lankford Student Union. Many people were there to watch the
graduates receive their diplomas.
President, Dr. George Healy speaks at the December
Longwood Concert Choir sings at Graduation.
This year the Longwood Leadership Conference was held at Virginia Beach on February 3-7. Students were eligible to par-
ticipate through the many different organizations on campus. The conference helped students to generate critical thinking
concerning their leadership abilities. The conference also had indepth discussions on the use of alcohol — related activities
on campus, as well as techniques to help with publicity, styles, managing time, working with budgets, and creative
Vi pgi ni a Beach
14 STUDENT GOALS
A Sense of History
An Understanding and Appreciation of the Arts
An Understanding and Appreciation of the Sciences
A Sense of Direction
A World Consciousness
Leisure Skills and a Sense of Well-Being.
Effective Family Relationships
And a Sense of Awakening
On February 20, 1988 Special Olympics were
held in Lancer Gym. Student volunteers were
huggers, scorers, and timers. Clowns were
present to keep spirits high. Various student
organizations donated time having shifts
during the day. It was a rewardmg experience
not only for the participants but also for the
The clowns participate in the fun.
Pi Kappa Phi volunteered their services.
Basketball was one of the many activities.
The athletes were cheered on by their peers.
MISS LONGWOOD PAGEANT
The 1988 Miss Longwood Scholarship Pageant awarded ^2,500.00
worth of scholarships and cash awards to it's winning contestants.
Miss Longwood received ?i,6')0.oo, the first runner-up received
?500.oo, the second runner-up received ^250.00, and the third
runner-up received ^100.00. In addition to the ^1,650.00, Miss
Longwood 1988 also received Pearl Earrings with Diamond Cluster
Jacket, from the Crown Collection, A Jantzen Swimsuit from
Baldwins, Miss Longwood Sash from Caryn's Creation and Pairet's,
Miss Longwood Crown from Martin the Jeweler, A Bouquet from
Rochette's Florist, Manicures for one year from Tracey's
"Backdoor" salon, and a scarf from Travis'.
Kristine M. Meaney — winner 1988 Miss Longwood Pageant.
Miss Longwood 1988 and her court from Left to Right: Miss Wanda Faye Carter, Miss Kritine M. Meaney,
Miss Sandra Gail Clayton, and Miss Anita Jo. Washington.
The Ambassadors in the pit.
Mike Edwards enjoys Spring Weekend.
Another victim hits the mud.
The Greeks relaxing in front of Stubbs.
South Ruffner proves they are "So Ruff."
The Oozeball tradition continues.
1,'' %^i'^""]SWrif\J '"■ i,*'*WV'^'^.
J. Paul refs and oozeball game.
Students and friends take a lunch break.
Spring Weekend is a time of socializing.
Graduation is a time of excitement but yet consists of making many decisions. One's life is in his
hands! Leaving college consists of losing friends or close contact with the friends, leaving the world
of dependency, and of course NO STUDYING.
"No Mary, this is not the North Pole!"
Kim, Kathy, Liz, and Suzanne say, "Isn't Halloween Great?"
"Now we know what occupies all of Robin's time
boyfriend David Outside of Tabb was an awesome sight on November ii, 1987, the first
Shawn and Tim take pride in representing the Colonades.
Laurie Tolles, a true "angel"
"• ••'•HlUtlt.-UMI... ,,,
Scott Wassenberg — Strike!
"Four years of college and we still don't know which way is up" — Pam First place winner for the bulletin board contest during Alcohol Awareness
and Kathryn Week: 2nd Floor Tabb
S,;e l«W'-WE SEE l'l.«»<»*'
"• „e A RTCHABE
Surprise! Ricky Otey, SGA President
Pyramid our style: Jennifer Swann, Kathryn Brown, Pamela Woody, Brenda